As you have probably seen, Gov. Kemp has allowed swimming pools to open pending you are able to meet all their recommended guidelines.
Some of these guidelines are easily met. Others are not. Preparing our pool to meet these new guidelines is not an overnight process. Once we are able to conform to these new recommendations, we will proceed to open the pool. Because of all the moving parts, we are unable to set an open date. Please know we are constantly receiving updated information and guidance from the CDC, Sears Pool Management, Heritage, our attorneys, and local officials. We will be leaning on their counsel to help us navigate through this.
When the pool does open, we want to remind everyone you will be required to observe the newest social distancing guidelines. The lifeguards will be asked to monitor social distancing and any additional health guidelines. Failure to comply with the lifeguards’ instruction may result in the loss of pool privileges and/or fines.
Lastly, we want to welcome Sal Bono to the Hampton Station HOA Board. He will be filling the role left behind by Bart Dyer. Bart has opted to step away from his role on the board to focus on his occupation. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank Bart for his amazing leadership and dedication to our community. He played an integral role in the transition process by managing and negotiating contracts. With that being said, we know Sal will fill his role nicely.
** For clarity, the Board enacted Section IV, Article 4.3 of our covenants to replace Bart Dyer with Sal Bono. It reads Removal: Once the control of the Association passes to the Class A Members as provided in the Declaration, any director may be removed from the Board, with or without cause, by a majority vote of the Members of the Association. In the event of the death, resignation, or removal of a director, his successor shall be selected by the remaining members of the Board and shall serve for the unexpired term of his predecessor.